• 3 bedrooms • living room • kitchen • bathroom
Benefitting from central heating provided by the Lerwick District Heating system, 57 North Road is a good-sized, three bedroom, mid-terraced property handily situated close to the Toll Clock shopping centre and Co-op supermarket, and also just a short stroll from the new Anderson High School site and Clickimin Leisure Centre.
The double glazed accommodation comprises a living room, modern fitted kitchen with all appliances included, and bathroom on the ground floor, plus three bedrooms upstairs. Large loft.
Externally there are two handy off-street parking spaces to the front, plus a fenced garden area to the rear.
Access to the property is via a concreted parking area to the front of the house which provides handy off-street parking for two cars and provides access to the front door and also to the shared alleyway to the side of the house which leads round to the back garden.
On the Ground Floor:-
With double glazed front door, with coat hooks, under-stairs cupboard which also houses the District Heating unit, fitted meter cupboard & glazed inner door to the hall.
Like the rest of the house with the exception of the door to the cupboard over the stairs, all the internal doors have been replaced with white painted panel doors including to the built-in store cupboard at the bottom of the stairs. Laminate flooring.
(Approx. 4.3m x 3.75m) (14' x 12'4") Good-sized room with window to the front of the house, high level display shelves either side of the chimney breast where there is a bracket and aerial point for a TV. Wood effect laminate & centre light fitting.
(Approx. 3.8m x 2.65m) (12'5" x 8'8") Modern kitchen to the rear of the house with window facing south-west, with fitted units in an 'oak' effect finish set off by mottled black worktops and upstands, the units including an integral double oven and hob with stainless steel / glass cooker hood over, corner carousels and inset sink. There is also plumbing for a dishwasher & washing machine, and space for a tumble dryer, all appliances being included in the sale along with the fridge / freezer. Wood effect vinyl flooring & back door.
(Approx. 2m x 1.65m) (6'6" x 5'4") With white WC & wash hand basin, and bath with tiled shower area and 'Triton' electric shower over. Vinyl flooring.
On the First Floor:-
The carpeted stair which is lit by a window to the half-landing, leads up to a landing with doors to the three double bedrooms, all carpeted and having a shelved recess, and a handy built-shelved cupboard over the stairs. A hatch with pull-down ladder provides easy access to a substantial amount of storage space in the large floored loft.
(Approx. 3.25m x 4.1m) (10'9" x 13'6") The main bedroom with two windows to the front of the house enjoying a view between the properties opposite to the harbour area and across to Bressay.
The remaining two bedrooms both face south-west.
(Approx. 3.8m x 3.1m) (12'6" x 10'2")
(Approx. 3.45m x X2.85m) (11'3" x 9'3
In addition to the parking area to the front of the house there is a fenced back garden area which can be accessed either from the kitchen or via the shared alleyway to the side of the house. Garden shed & external cold water tap.
Understood to currently be Band C. Prospective purchasers should however contact Shetland Islands Council directly for confirmation. Details of Council Tax rates can be found on the Shetland Islands Council website.
Energy Efficiency Rating: C (78)
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